Join our panel to discuss the ins and outs of taking your in-person skillset to the online world, to deliver memorable client experiences using virtual tools.
Lauren Eirk, M.S., is the Founder of the Yoga Integrated Science™ Wellness Studio in Louisville, KY which offers Yoga and Pilates group classes, Personal Training, Yoga Therapy, and MAT services.
Ann Gilbert is an owner and operator of two, Shapes Fitness for Women, franchises in the Tampa Bay area. Ann oversees the operations of as many as 25 certified Personal Trainers, 50 Group Fitness professionals, and coordinates fee-based group personal training programs. Ann is a faculty member of The Shapes Fitness Academy, leading Educational workshops for the Franchise chain nationwide. Ann teaches the popular Launch Program, designed to mentor new trainers into the growing business of Personal Training.
John Heringer is the Chief Motivator of Method3 Fitness, a thriving fitness studio in San Jose, CA, and the founder of StriveApp.io, an online results tracking software for fit pros with built-in automation, to help their clients achieve their goals and create social proof on autopilot. John has been in the fitness industry for over fifteen years and loves sharing insights into leadership, marketing and what it takes to build and sustain a purpose-driven business. Since early 2010 John has built Method3 Fitness into a seven-figure business with over 400+ clients and an amazing team dedicated to changing lives, one person at a time.
Josh Leve is the founder and CEO of the Association of Fitness Studios (AFS) and SUCCEED! AFS is known industry-wide as the most trusted and fastest growing business association, dedicated to providing robust education and support for fitness professionals who own a studio/gym, or are looking to start a fitness business. With over 60 industry partnerships including all major certifying organizations, AFS has been featured in all major fitness publications.
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